A statement win over the NFC South-leading New Orleans Saints would propel the 49ers into the postseason conversation.
The 49ers thrilling walk-off victory over the New Orleans Saints Sunday came at a price.
Another week, another test of the 49ers playoff mettle.
The 49ers utterly dominated Green Bay Sunday night, shutting down the potent Packers offense early and often.
The 49ers used their single pick in the third round at No. 66 to pick up cornerback Athkello Witherspoon out of Colorado State.
Bye weeks are supposed to make teams refreshed and in sync, but the 49ers looked the exact opposite Sunday.
There’s some good, and bad, for the 49ers as they come off their bye week to face the Saints at home this Sunday.
AC/DC once made a song about him — years before anyone knew what it was about. He’s not the most interesting man in the world, he’s Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio.
Derek Carr and the Raiders have opened the season with the most incredible comeback in franchise history.
The Raiders hope to make a statement as they open their season in New Orleans against the Saints this Sunday.
As the NFL heads into its final week of regular season play only six games hold no playoff implications.
The Raiders 2016 schedule hasn’t been formally announced, but with the standings solidified, we now know who they will be playing.
There was nothing easy about the 49ers’ trip to New Orleans Sunday.
The urgency among the struggling San Francisco 49ers team is palpable in the locker room.
For the second game in a row, the 49ers offense failed to score with less than two minutes to go and the game on the line.
British Olympic discus hurler Lawrence Okoye was among the players waived this week.
The Raiders had several issues against New Orleans Friday, none more evident that a overmatched offensive line.
The Raiders are in New Orleans, about to attempt to fend off what Coach Dennis Allen calls “a prolific offense.”
Dennis Allen gave the Saints possibly the best compliment he has given an opposing team since taking over in 2012.
Prior to the 49ers-Saints playoff game, Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams instructed his players to hurt 49ers players.